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MAURITIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

W MAURITIUS. We M. Iherald have received the Port Louis Commercial Gazette to the 17th Decemher. The Immigratioxn agent for this cole ny at Madras has written to the-effect that there will be no diffliculty in for waºrding ai large extra supply of Coolie labour fiot the East Indlie, if timely ,noticc be givn, that the up country agents may be instructed before thr unfl vourable weather sets in, Thu;nmunicipality of Port Louis have resolved to fo~und an industrial school, and a mutual aid fund for workmnen in case of sickni-es. " meet the expenses of the school, the Council have plHced 1800 dolluars a 3 earc t the disposal of the Mayor anl t Con.Oi tl tee.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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LONDON WOOL SALES. November 4th 1853. Ex. Wycliffe, Portland Bay. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

L:LONDON WOOLSALES. Novemibr' 4tli' 1853. . E W1cliJfe, Portlant;lliay. S k P in circle 14 bales .it I. .9d ; 13 ?atl., 8d4:2 atis. 9hd:;; 58 at1.s; 7hd; 65 at is. 7d; :6 lambs at Iau10d; 7 pieces atls;-d; 1 grease I hId .;.?4 du.tagel1l 1: 5,;:: LL in triangle above ,'' iu triauglo iii .a ,lria. 8at n..4td; 16i at is. 'j:,d at is. 3 ; 7 at , ld; '4 at Is. 2d 3 lambs ls..d ; all, in tiiaigl ' 2 grease at Od 8 at. aBd;. 3 at.8hd.; 6 ast IOd; IF. 11. in diamond 21.at Is, Gil; 18 at is, Ghd; 13 at Is. 7d; 6 at Is. 7hd;' J. P. con joined 18 at Is. 10hd, 9 at Is. I ld; I at is. 10d; 3at Is. Gd; A. F. conjoined 28 at Is. 7d; '16 at Is, Ohd; 1 pieces at is; S'lambs is. 8d; 1 broken 1s, 2hdl; 3 ? pieces t. ld; 8 at Is. Ihd; 1 black at is. lhd; J. G. 8 at is. 8hd; 1 at is. d' 60 at is 7/td; 6 at is, 7d; 1 at is. 4hId;1 I lambs'le, 10/d; 2 at Is. 6/hd; 9 pieceLs at. is. 2hd1; .2 at 1s, Ohd; H. 13 at i. Gdi P pieces ls.Pd - A, B. 16 at Is. Gd; tatf .ai 5hd; 31 at is. Sd.; 1 damaged: s Is, 4/id...

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SYDNEY. 22nd February, 1854. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

SYDNEY. 22nd Pebriuary, 18b4. hleore is izttle of intcreetjuat tow k ) loelma tntera. Vhatwith the provna lenca of the iiiensles and the duliy bee vy, " muglgy " and oppreiiivo chiarattr of thit r#tI'ILCII, people are for the morst part decidedly " out oh sorts '[he rneasho, no1 I hane siiid, are still raging, nand the `d s.-aO'o eterri tr.Lppily to have iinreased in the 5 iralence of its character as it' ha pro I ressed in its hold upon the comrmuni ", At first there was sea'cely-an in. tance of its fatal termination ; latter there have been nmany* It has een particularly seyere upo such per ons of nature age as have beeil'ittack The Sydtteyl Fishery Company, as ou will probably have seen by the( npers, have adopted areport recomn ending an immediate start upon a mall scale, i, e.' ritih four .;or five oats, and about a score of men, N I ctnal comnreneemaent has yet beenr made, but the gentlmnan who drew up the plan of action, Calitiii IH-Ill hav ing been elclted to n seoat in the ...

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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

The walthe.r ihas onmewhnt sIlddelyv changed from heat arid dust to rain aui;l wind. Daring Sunday and y.s'e nay it blew a reghiur gale, which occasioni ad heavy showers of rain. Several tents to the north and southluf thIe ciiy ihave bihen damaged and renidered exeevdin ly coucrtlresst,. ad. on Sutaa. day night ttuwe's Circus wis dismnan tied, its canvass. noou having beonlblownl away. They were actively engaged yestcrday in makir g good the wear and tear?" and no doubt the Circus is, ere this; itsel! againa.-Ibid.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKETS Feb. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

::LSOUI:-;E MARKErs te'b. 27, The price 'of gold has advanced to .£3 17e 9 i.'_ TOW' tLI. PRIICES OP FL.on. lt per 2`ndipecr LraS 2J ibs. tUitulbs. bush.l Dzht & Co..... 1 315 8j r-in:'Co .... I 5 ~3 1 0o De.:·,-- s & Co.. I :.7 ] , G , IAYx i:n. ET.-c'aturday. '25th Fcb.- The market has, been well upplied with ) iav of e.cellent q:,ali'y during the rast week, which Ihas readily challged hands at high prices, the demand still continuir.z. Good hay has b.e r'ol das high as The price on Saturday was' £38 for good, and £30 to £32 for inferior. Abcu: forty loads a day have been sent i". Tihere has been a supply of. very good wheat; straw in the market at from £7 to £8 perc load.) Poorce M.."i:,T. - Saturday', 95th1 FcbruaLy.-The qualty of the fruit seot! to market this Meek has been by no means; so good as for the ifst w;ek or two, and there was much of a theap 'charc cri offered at lower rates. ' he vegetables were fine, bvt as short as usual of the de-I mand.-Cabbages ...

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LOCAL AND DOMESTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

thi LOCAL AND Ds'YISTIC. STATIOS Sor.D.-The station of Spring bank, at Cascrton, has been sold by Mr o tlawkins to the Messrs, Kirby, with 8000 i sheep, at the Sgure of £12,000. LEnviSo PO:aTLA,?.-Mr. and Mrs. Gurr,'who have been so lone residents in b this town, intend leaving altogether, ii order to take up their residence for thu a remainder of their years amongst their 0f numerous circle of friends in Launceston. Mn. FaNCuc's PE'TITION AGAINST GRANTsI To Itre.tatox.--\tr. French deprecates the Legislative Council's yiclhing even to the Royal prerogative, in so impolitic a measure as appropriating public funds to the use of certain religious bcdies. We think Mr. French grants too much in al lowing that the Council could say they wcre enjoined by the Royal order to pass any-such measure. There is nothing con tained in the despatch on the New Con stitntion which can amount to a dictatioui by the Iome Governmentto the Council here, positively to make any such obuox ous and inequitab...

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UNION BANK OF AUSTRALIA. Portland, June 13, 1853. RATES OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

U:iOZt EANK Of AUST ALZA. rFrtiand, June 13, 1853. e hlA.TEs or Discovur. P On Siils not having a currency of-more ` than !5 d;ays to rml, 0 per cent. On Bills hain a currencyvof more thiani 95 days, 7 per cent.; ' HATEi S oP ExcuIIAo. PUt.CnHSiA BILLS On Lcndon at 3U dnays asght, per cent ; "or every additio.lal, 300 days ' per cent. dis.co' it. On Sydney and Bathurst, at sight at per cent discountt. c On Adelaide, at sight, 2 per cent. dip count. On Van Dien:en's Land and New Zea and, at sight I per cent diacount. On .Melbourne and Gcalong, at aight per cent. discount Onf Ifl!hst and Port Fairy, at sight, { per cent discount. Fur e-very additional1tladys:.'per cent" discount. IssUl "DRAFTM Ona London at:30 daya ;sight," 2 per cent. premium., On Sydney, at sight, per coctprcmn On Eathurst, Adelaide and V. D. Land, at sight 1 per cent prcmei On Ndew Zealand, at sight, at 3 per cea premium. On Melbourne and Geclong at at sight I'per cent. plcmiliumn On Blellistand Fort Fairy, atsighi...

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THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, AND NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISER Published every Monday and Thursday TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS. MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1854. THE MORAL WRONG OF THE PROPERTY CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

tni TiS Ti PORTLAND GUA DL1AIN \ w. l ANst |OM131\3Y ti;.GNEI'.v . ADVC?riLSS Ar wil Published every aonarday and Thurslday S-- ------ Th tO rROTEcr OUIR RlIHUlITS--ST O t'r INF E Ofl vroX TilOcr OF OTllEnO . MONDAY, MAIC l G6, 1S54. kl THE MORAL WRONG OF TIIE PlOPERITY CLAUSE. Tic £10,0C0 l?a ;i0.:a:ionu clause in the bal newr constituti n, is so pi:lpably con:rary la to comntn:.l se:nse and equity, that we can-. sl not but ask, wha't object cor'd 'he com mit cc have in p.opo ing such a clause, or Gi is, tpiporters i: adh.'ring to it. Whatever thi th1t o1bjct was, it is clear, the promo'.ion or Of" th1 geueral intcr-s's of the colony was rmi not it. The mass of the po.pulation and nu their interests are obviously kept out of v:ew, i. a mrcauttre Vhich allows only a To Sfew of the more wealthy in the community tin to be eligible to the iml.ortant trust of tll lIgisl:tinlg for the community. All the ml wisdom, prudence, and virte, in the tllt co!ony, is as such excluded from the (11 ...

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BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. RATES OF DISCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

zAiij Go' A USTRAOIs A, nATntu Ott DISCOUNT. On Dills ntot having morn than 35 days t' run i... 6 per cent dis Ileyond thactlcrrcncy, 7 ditto RATIIS OF rEXOIIANGO. Bills drawn on L.ndon, at 30 days sight ... 4 per cent ' or every additional 30 days, . ditio DIls drawhi on Sydney, at siglt A ditto Di)tto Mailtland, ,, A . ditto Ditto thilbourne ,, ~ ditto Ditto V. .Land ,, ditto Ditto Adelaide . ,, 2 ditto Ditto (iGcloneg ,, ditto Ditto Port Fairy , 4 ditto For every addiionaol 15 days Q ditto On London, at 30 dvays' nighlt 2 per ccent prm ,, Sydney at night I ditto , nitl ntld ,, I ditto ,, iclbonrnn ,, d ditto , V.I).Land ,, I ditto ,, Adoldo ,, I ditto (;teelon;; , ditto , Port Fairy ,, ditto The subscription to the Portland Guar diin is Two Ptouults per year; (hse Pounuv per half ycur; or 'litre SiiittLisrs per quarter, puyablo in adla ce.

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ENGLISH EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

SENGLISH EXRACTS.:: : :. Thomas Hughes, third mate' of the. l.hailna steamer, has savred two live,. ' fat 11ol)head. While oil bor'd 'hi s veowel at 8 o'clock in the evenitg, he heard the cry that a womac n and hild : had fillon over the jeti); he itimmedi.-- ately jumped ovea board and succeeded in getting hold of te .wonman, a end: brialging her to the surfcte. She at the tinme hal lost the child, who had sink -Ie dived.down after it, and held it up Ly his teeth, while he adjusted a rope' round the body of the poor ~oman,. who was hauled up by some .ersons - on. the jetty; andt Hu-ghes afterwards brought up thle clild himself, with the assistance of another rope which' weu.: thrown to him. The Amn.rican barque Victoria has. been burnt in the Clyde, alter she had left Glasgowv on .her voyage to New York, 'The master was to hiave joined her at Greenoetk, Two ste.users were tugging . the ship down the river, whlei the hold in the after part was discovered to I.e on fire Attemlpts wer...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

TO COiHtESFONDENTS. In order to, ensure insertion of letters from adrrespcndents, it is necessary that they be authenticated by the name and address of the writer, shilch will be held confidential by the:cditor. " Take ti?le that you may write short. Write in a l!ain, and easily legible hand and on one side only of the paper.

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LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. February 24th [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

ti LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. L February 24th 1 (From the Argus.) b A petition - ns presented from a Acheson Frenchl, E?iq., .?aninet lhnt tl clause in .thle Constitution I?11, rerquir tig that oat'hs should be taken by ime, b hers of thie Council. - Puriuant to notice, Mr. Ma:k Ni. cholson brought forward a motion for iiietinf the deficit in the revenue by t a tax upon property, lie argttd that ts M gold was the eruise of ilt: increa sell ixpeu!litaure,"' ind projelty hald risen ill value through told. thlirefuoe . property should bear the deficit. 'g e r observed tlhat it woltuild prduce the greaitest interest in political nffairs, and greater economy in tVe expenrdi. turn, were men of property to bhar the = iuiriltin of taxation. 'I he Colonili Scretnry objected -to the, pi opoition, to the ground lthat it a li hinldrance to i?lprovrtnt.nts, s'* pccially in a new coumntry. It was a ijstiliiitln onOly i cases of emors;e gtency, of which nothing of the kind existed ,now. lie thuttglt tha...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

Alt!: E VE l). Mfarch 4.-\Mbflc5le5tCr steamer, 157 tons, J B Elarrison, n:aster, from Me! bourne . Sevral passeng...rs. Su: dry free t. f rg rig 12 1 tols, II Harrison, m~asrer, .ro. Mar'cll I .--UtV slip. 9-4 tors, \Vil. h;inl'o, master for Sreibo;Ir.:e. Par! of ori:" v4 cargo. S'?-Pcarl, three mas5ck schooner. ?Ales faster; .fr' paor Fairy. sudr f'Cle'goods. S.--City jof 'cde' ' bri-, 10G tans, II._derasn, G1 l, fror roambcol. Sundry tree gceds. rZ: !`ORTS i Per 'l ria-49 tbcals 4 tons hay, 45 1. r' flour, 3s~lkew arsenic, 1<CCO b~ricks i2as drags, s cats. 13 ^.sA m,1' r 2 pocket. hops, ca ,cs sadd:rv. GO) pck s scor"-e. 10 il'cgs 32) casks "aeri an 1 ; Lbs - Ba 0 bcxO., candles. U lid -'is5.t Bid 9 ar C she 4 barrels Lrandy, `tier: s tobacco, 20 cases Iis l} iSC eg: -.2r: packages farcsitcr4 tC h !s ar; l ', 3 cases grapes, I case musical iol :rsstr'sso, S Coils ropas. vL:SSEJSI:.I; i RL'oua. S::lrS. rgavcrn, for Laxldon. Priam, for Lnlo. A '~rcsr,'asj, for' l.osion. ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

PwOJ ECTED - DrPAtRTUt?ES. For .ondona.-lehon, 17th March; Samuel !!oddicgton, March 20th. For Catl:llna.-Eliza, Oregon, Mallard, Nberlln. enarlv Foir l!omloay-Iegin:a, early. For Swan li:"er.-f onisa, early.' For Poeint de Gall--' himera, early. for C:la'o. -Madonna, Lady Bute, Gold'n Age, 'arat.?a, WVltusor, Gulnare Echo, ea'ly. For attvia.-ilydrosce, carly. IFor nan Francisco ,nud Tahibi. Primogructt, early. For "tinoap're. -Hirpe, Priglhtman, early i .Dunle of l'cdfordl, ' arch I lth. [For Valpa risi.-i,',urricane early Uruguay, in Mi arch. L IFor 3fau:itiuss.--Templetos, early. SFIor Mtoutmein.--Norden, carly. Boaxsro c c '.rt Wroar Winri Src trann Yesterday r.orning. at a little after eighlt o'cloein, tmoie tai seen issuing firom the after part of the deck Io?tte of the West Wied, stcam.vessel, at anchor on the north shere. ta short . distance therefrom. It r ppears that very few persons were on hoard of iher at thie time. 'I he alarm soon spread though the shippirg, and boats...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

SFO TlH COASt' TIIAbE. rjt E fine first class new screw steant ship C of 276 tolls legister, Captuil S"T??fi ? t?'lelpman,, .t.N. Tlhis fus 'vessel is warranted to steam from ten to twelvt knots per hour, is of 75 horse power, with iucininodation for '10 in the cabhi, and GO in tho.steerage, and has a carrying' capacity ot 1' "!00 lobs for cargo and coals for ten da) f ites'inig upon a draft of water of only eight feet six inches. Asthis vessel.may soon be looked for, this ,rotico is given to inform, all interested in tl steant coimmulnica'ion between itlhi, Belfast, o Warrnainbool, nld Melbourne, that the vessel upon arrival, will be open to purchase by a company upon reasonable terms. For porticu lars apply to S. 0. I-ENTY. Owuner. oatland, 24th Deer. 1853. 1TE5MV :TO MVIELBD URNI A7.ND - . "?' H'E splendid sctre stealm SSRzn JOHN7 iIARV1EY , O.. ?~ G00G tons, 150 horseo power, - .v?2??-'?.Capt. lRobert Mailler, will riun regutily beitwen .Sydney, Melbolurno, an. Adelaide, callin,...

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THE MEMBERS FOR NORMANBY. (To the Editor of the Portland Guardian.) [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

Tile l MiEMBERS FOR N'ORMlANIBY. (To ithe Editor of the Porland Gusrdian.). Sir I have little hositatiio in sayiig.that the bMerbthes for iNormuslsisty votl igainst the general views and wisi!es o tIheir conlslituelncies on the eidolow. menltof'rehligin 1ut ol0o hlotolraiile nieiiiber lias irolpoulnded llie "iiaisiii lthat a rlepresentlative is ."niot to die tated to."--They are tl govern"'lt,. gove?rll--llot to ho guided by the wisll'? oih tiirj coiitsuencicis. The otliher hoiioraitle nitciher clanracteriscd tl1i eititiso i.iiiinst the mieasure as vi,'ilst in langu?ge aidil the IArgus publishe5 thlcse violeillt etitios li t neither thie Slanikdr nortlie Air, u t iticed the fl.. los ilig onei, shlich I hardly think di. icrves the upoelii.tiJon of viwleitt '"That your petitiloler lies leasiied with regret iliit a suil of IoIIey 'is to be devotel to the iiublic rev,'iiu'e fio the support ot ccrtnii religious sects which ale esseLntlillly it V.uini ce i?'i Oelch ot:eI.-'l i eu tich o' ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

LOST pCsc .5 . I.' iON , E !;cLUDING i?,r rP ITIS, CIRICUL,AItS, BI ,L-GHE ADS, .rs, Foertms, riand Fills, Cards, LC-c., _xeacutet l L i A g!OAINESS AND DESPATCII, AT TUH .1Y7BLIS.II NG OFFI CE jor T?sE .IPO TLAN:Li G UA IdANl , AT KN'E-W' B O 0 8, HOME TO'I:IIODICALS, *EDER3 FOR AL.L E' , P.ERIODICALS AND 5i 3 IC, F::bish7ei'd ij' GrCt e i ritain, Irell:i or on te Cbtine';"1 o/f Europe, GFillbereei.ved thO G1ardi.an Ofle: And smeet twith prompt eatlentiot:. BOOKS AND STA' IONERY. .VAItI.TY of elegiant and enterta:inng '. Present o0,sks, rir r=le at the ;GU CAitIAN OFFICE. tationery .of every de?cription Copy lsoonk Slates and *!ate Pentilt Steel Pens and holders Indian lIluber Blotting paper. IRuled paper. HEALTHI RESIORED' I lý.+jýýý:.. ,'r - -2 . ] ",t ¼ .." "" .; I!OLLOW:?Y'S PILLS. Surpritsln eure of a conerrrd A'etlshmanafcr fire ,ccars' .fnTctring. The foliowing test!monial has been cent to I:rofesor iHo?llway, bt a S'letlman nrmed Middlctcn, of Scotland livad, Liverpool. Sni...

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PORT OF MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

FORT OF MELBOURNE. rA \rr m?rn.- I'ehb ruary _2 -Australian. schooner, from Wellington. N.Z., 23.- cildare. Swedjish brig, from Gottenburg, 24.-O-nli, IR'si:an brig, frcm Si!g,:apore, ,Vrgrams, shi,. Thou:as lovylen, ship, MVilthemine Cath ,rina, ship, ielta, ship. from I or'nor;, WValiam big, from .New. caslec, Washii gto: , steamer, from Liver po I, Jo ephlue L'c'is. an. "schooner, from Mauritius, Pilchard,. schoc.cr, from G eelon,. Ge.eral 1' ond., "arque, from I! l-art 'l' on. eile - Crcolc brig, from 'elson N.Z. Hanlcvn, brig, from Stdujev, C!r'stina, Swedishl brk, from Go:tcnbur 25.--Irun T'as:an':, steamer, from Hobart Toiwn, h:rvincible, bParon, from Auck's-nd 26.-!el:vspo't, steramer, from Sydney, Mfanncher.er. steamer, from Portland, 27.-Ok?pek.rino., brig, f omn Adelaide, Clarence, steaer, fer m LauncesLon.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

WOOL. GOLD, TALLOW. TrIHE Undersigned is a purchaser, or will make J advances on the samc-consigned to his miends ln London. J, TRANGMAR. 5- T lIIE Uiedersigned is a purchaser of Wool, or will mrke liberal Cash advancos on the same consigned to his,tlrends in London, Messrs P. W rlowne'& Co. Floewr' o. THOS. MLUST. Portland;11th Oct., 1853. : TllE Underslgned are purchasers of Wool, or will make advances on the' acme, consigned o their London friends, Jackson, Dalgetty and C A. R. CRUIKSilANK & CO. Portland, 8d November, 183., T HE Undersigned is a purchaser of-WOOL, and 'other Colonial Produce, or will make sash advances on the same as hitierto.E. 8. G. ,IENTY. LANDED fr HOUSEHOLD P[ROPERTY-en Sale for 'Private Punchase D. G. PA BKER. +- • T .StANIAN INN, AND L.XvER.PY STABLE, PERtCz-STEET. N IL.IAM JONES, of the above Inn V :having made extensive aiteratiotis for ithe cole'lenience of e:lerns anod other gentle. sices aor virng at Plrtland, triusts that a., due shar...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 6 March 1854

DEATH. At Branxholme, on the 22nd February, after a short illness, Hannah, youngest daughter of Mr. Thos. Best, of Branxholme, aged sixteen months.  

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